Clark County School District

Student Activities


Student clubs and activities in the Clark County School District are an integral part of the total educational program for secondary students. These clubs and organizations are tailored to the interests and needs of the students and are formulated to ensure educational benefits to those involved. The CCSD Activities Office provides support for secondary school-based activities and creates opportunities for student participation with appropriate local, state, and national events and organizations.

Mission Statement

To enhance the overall educational experience of CCSD students and serve them through development of, exposure to, participation in and assistance with intellectual, cultural, recreational, social, and leadership opportunities. We believe in creating environments which value differences, the freedom of expression and the holistic development of students. 

Department Services

The following clubs and activities are supported by the Student Activities staff, and are available to schools and teachers.  To contact a Student Activities Department staff member regarding this support, please email or call 702-799-8474.

Kristin Grimm, Director, Student Activities

Stephanie Stonex, Project Facilitator, Student Activities

Lisa Ruiz, Administrative Secretary, Student Activities

Clubs and Activities 

Thomas Dugan

National Honor Society

Nevada Learning Academy

“My favorite part about advising NHS is working with motivated young adults in a non-academic setting to promote community involvement.”   

May 9, 2024

Deborah Nelson 

Key Club

Del Sol Academy

“I enjoy working with the kids and watching them become responsible young adults. Keeping up with them keeps me young!”

May 9, 2024

Jeanne Clayton

Student Council

Tarkanian MS

“My students truly want to make the world a better place, and it is my pleasure to help them succeed!”   

April 22, 2024

Ryan Gustafson 


Garside JHS

“The best part about coaching chess is watching students enjoy playing a complicated game.”

April 22, 2024

Keri Chambers

Key Club

Shadow Ridge HS

“My favorite part of advising is getting the opportunity to interact with students outside of the classroom setting. I tend to be all business in the classroom, so it's nice to get to know them more personally and in a more fun, relaxed setting.”  

April 10, 2024

Dexter Moreno 


Brown Academy

“Coaching moment is my favorite part about advising my JVQ club. This is where we start the foundation of learning towards victory and achievement.”

April 10, 2024

Marcella Thompson


Robison MS

I was able to really motivate the students, to not only work hard in school but also work hard in a group environment.”

Jurnee Adams


Robison MS

One of my favorite parts of being an advisor is seeing the students flourish over the time spent working together. We get to witness so much growth in what feels like such a short period of time.  

March 20, 2024

Cindy Dayton

Student Council

Keller MS

"It is heartwarming to see my students becoming active participants in their community, showing interest and concern for the happenings in and around the school, and striving to make a positive impact on the world."

March 24, 2024

Tim Roberts

Chess, NJHS

Lied STEM Academy

“My favorite part of advising our Chess Club is seeing students that have no ‘group’ of their own find their place in our Chess Club and start to make huge gains in multiple other areas of their lives.”  

February 22, 2024

1st Sgt. Darcy Tiedeman


Mojave HS

February 22, 2024

To see our past recipients please visit the Advisor Spotlight Hall of Fame.